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the internals were on the ism. i talked to charlie evans this morning. he was one of the advocates of what we're calling the q.e. infinity program, the idea of keeping your foot on the accelerator, the central bank keeping its foot on the accelerator as long as employment remained above 7%. just a little background, the fed did not go with evans' specific proposal but did create an open-ended quantitative easing. so i asked him, how open-ended is it? what happens at the end of this year when operation twist ends? what happens to additions to the balance sheet? here's what he said. >> i frankly think it's going to take almost a year in order to see the type of improvement in labor markets that i'm expecting, just getting through the first half of next year with the headwinds that we're facing. i think that it's probably later in 2013 that we would get there. so in my opinion, we'd continue with those asset purchases until we see payroll employment more like 200,000, 250,000. >> continue at $85 billion into all of 2013? >> this is my recommendation. >> it's important to parse it just a little b
term investors, cash and treasuries are dead money for a long time to come. that's what charlie evans basically told us yesterday. that's the message. you need to be looking for those high yield, high growth areas. >> mathematics of bonds just aren't there. >> we're at a search for yield. we're in a search for yield. gentlemen, thank you very much. talk with you soon. we appreciate your time tonight. we'll see you, guys. the federal reserve may have fueled a third quarter rally for sure, but the central bank's easing did have some unintended consequences. >> maria, while the market rallies, capital markets activities still lagged for much of the third quarter, according to final numbers. global m&a activity down. while that might not seem like a huge slide, it is when you know it was bolstered by aig's jumbo $20 billion secondary stock sale in august that comprised a third of the year's activity. the number of ipos is also down. cut more than in half from the same period last year. what the fed has done is juiced the high yield market, driving a record buying spree for junk bond at yi
that charlie sheen is riveting. >> it was unbelievable. why not? let's throw it out there. >> stay in your own zone. don't channel jennifer granholm here? >> you don't think that'd be attractive. >> what does extreme mika look like. >> i could do the tease as granholm. what do you think? >> do some extreme mika. >> some extreme mika. i'd need some vodka. you don't want that, trust me. it's usually based on anger and you usually have done something wrong. willie, what's that like? >> there's some screaming, there's some intensity in the eyes. >> yeah. >> there's some veins through here. >> yeah? >> yeah. >> so it is kind of granholm-ish. >> in a negative way. >> it's never a good day when mommy's not happy. up next, eugene robinson and chuck todd. we'll be right back. "ever ask somebody to lend you a foot?" "who thinks about stuff like that?" "vince mahe grew up on two continents... and noticed that wherever you go, people have their hands full, but their feet free." "the result? a liftgate you operate with your foot." "code name?" "open sesame" "the all new twenty thirteen ford escape. it's wh
equilibrium model and see if, perhaps, we can do with a 31-inch yard. that's what charlie evans is saying, in effect, they are seeing into the future, they say, and improving the future, but before it can come to pass. d tt succeeding. >> i think 34 -- if you're going to measure a yardstick in another realm, it is 34.3, isn't it? >> no, it's 36. >> it's relativity. length contraction time -- >> that's part of the problem. that's part of the problem. >> you've heard of length contraction and time dilation, right? >> we should talk in simple terms, joe. >> not general relativity. but einstein made a fortune in physics. so you're saying that -- i mean at 8%, you're not feeling the pain of all these people that are out of work. and we've got no fiscal solutions, we've got a deadlocked congress, congress can't do anything, they're the only game in town. that's got to help. >> empathy is not the way forward. the way forward is to think through the problem. >> it is staggering that they think they need to make -- >> they have an atlas complex, which is not helping. >> they should be shrugging. >
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